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LinkLift control for ASP.NET revised

A few months ago I released a rough first version of an ASP.NET control to display text-links served by LinkLift. Since then the control became the "de-facto" official control for ASP.NET (Italian, German, French and Spanish). Today I found quite a subtle bug that never showed up before (since I never really had the control on my site for more than a few hour): I used the FileSystemInfo.CreationTime to keep track of the last time the local copy of the XML was saved. But the CreationTime is the first time the file was saved, because all the subsequent saves are...

LinkLift Control: here is the code

Last weekend I released a small ASP.NET User Control to display the Text Links provided by LinkLift. I also promised that I would have released the code for it. This weekend, among other things, I cleaned it up a bit, I fixed a small bug and here it is: Download the source of the  LinkLift ASP.NET control. I also set up a project on Google Code to store all my opensource projects that are too small to have their own repository, and I called it, ala Ayende, CodeClimber.Commons. And will move all my personal code on it soon. Technorati tags: linklift,...

LinkLift control for ASP.NET

A few weeks ago I received a message from Valentina Baraldi, the Italian Country Manager of LinkLift, asking me if I wanted to take part in the beta testing of their Text Links. At the moment they are hitting the Italian, German and Spanish markets, but they are delivering Text Links also in other languages (English, French, Polish and Portuguese) Text links are a new way to monetize your blog, that should be more targeted then Google AdSense: the most famous company that delivers these kinds of links is text-link-ads. So I decided to give it a try since at the moment...